Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

Speaker: Professor Ashok Gadgil

Time: 5:00p–6:00p

Location: 1-190

C. C. Mei Distinguished Speaker Series
CEE-DSS: C.C. Mei Distinguished Speaker Series
The C.C. Mei Distinguished Speaker Series, based in CEE, brings exciting speakers from around the world to the MIT community at large. For the full list of events, see: https://sites.google.com/site/mitcedss/cee-dss

The “bottom of the pyramid” is the largest and poorest socioeconomic group on the planet – billions of individuals who make less than USD 2.50 per day. Many grave problems faced by this population have technological solutions, but while the science is universal, specific technologies and their social placement are commonly quite different from what is applicable in the first world. Prof. Gadgil has a successful history of work in this area. In this seminar he will describe his approach and illustrate it with some of his work towards providing safe drinking water to this population.

Open to: the general public

Sponsor(s): Civil and Environmental Engineering

For more information, contact:
Carol Burke